Appearance: Light straw, like a chardonnay.
Nose: Honey (duh), apples, citrus blossoms.
On the palate: medium bodied, big sweetness, fruit juice, more floral notes, followed by a slightly bitter honey flavor.
Finish: Pretty light. The fruity sweetness lingers in the cheeks and frankly makes my teeth hurt a little.
Parting Words: Camelot is a good beginner’s mead. In fact, it was one of the first products ever produced by Oliver Winery when it began nearly forty years ago. It’s light and sweet, not too bitter, but still has a decent amount of honey character. Works well on its own or as a dessert wine. Not life-changing, but at under $10, it’s hard to complain too much. Recommended.